Summer 2017 in Review

Summer on a beach

I’ve finally come full circle, never through I’d go through and complete a full circuit of one of my segments, truthfully speaking 🎉🎉🎊🎊

The most mind blowing thing is the difference from the first one to the later ones. I ended not making it just about games, progress and what I’m playing, but also other facets of my life and wishes. Which I do think further enriched this segment than if I’d just kept it about gaming.

I dare say I’ll still continue with it, even though I have a tendency to forget/publish them days later hah.

So without further ado, here goes!

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Another Episode: V Route has Come to Mystic Messenger

I’m kinda late to this news, but it was because I was playing the game until a route opened and I could tell people more about what to expect, without spoilers!, so here it goes.

The game is set 2 years before the Casual and Deep routes, where this time you get enrolled to be a game tester in the most creepy way possible. Blindfolded, taken to the middle of nowhere, locked into a room (basically), all because there’s free food and bishounens hahaha 😹😹

The game is 11 days just like the original game, and there’s 7 endings to attain. Which is why V route actually isn’t just V’s route, you can enter into other routes and get their endings.

There’s 80 new cgs, and all done by the original artist of the game, woo! As a route that is 300 hourglasses, we have to get good quality because that’s not a small chunk.

You have to buy V and Ray’s calling cards separately, and this is true for VIP buyers too :/

Now that that’s out of the way, I’m just going to a give a brief rundown of what’s new.

So this time around instead of 3 days, it’s 4 days to enter a route. Which also means there’s more chances of entering the others routes, though it’s hard cause I wasn’t even trying to get V and I entered his route when I was certain I’d accumulate too many Ray hearts and was heading for a bad ending.

That’s another thing, Ray or Unknow, has come as a heart wrecker, again. We get to know more about Mint Eye and Ray thanks to being in direct contact, and it’s just heart breaking. Feels abound!

Another thing I loved is that V and Ray have stickers! They’re perfect too, so you have to see them. I fell in love with them because those stickers aaah.

An important thing is that there’s new guests, and there aren’t any walks out yet. So you’ll have to play it as you go, including the days themselves.

I’m sure in a short while there’ll be a ton of them made, so hang in there!

The lovely Steph from TwoHappyCats did a little walk just for the chat room times, so if it’ll help you, go here.

Now a thing I’d like to say: I really, really hope Unknown gets a route himself, where he gets repentance and happy because he doesn’t deserve what he went through 😭 Just thinking about it makes me want to cry all over again.

I also hope we get a Rika route where we get to understand and get her the support she needed before everything went bottom up.

Are you happy that V got a route? Would you like an Unknow route too? Or is it someone else, like Vanderwood, that you’d like a route? Have you fallen back on the MM hell, or are you saying nope and refuse to play? Tell me all!

You Can Find Me on Grouvee

Grouvee is a place for you to keep track of your video game collection. Once you sign up for an account, you can start adding games from our database to your virtual shelves. Every user starts off with four shelves: Playing, Backlog, Wish List, and Played. You can create as many shelves as you want by going to your My Games page, and clicking the Add Shelf button. We import our data daily from Giantbomb, so we should always have very up to date information on just about every game out there.

In addition to being able to track your game collection and backlog, Grouvee lets users rate and review their favorite (or not so favorite) games. Get your friends signed up for Grouvee and add them to your friends list to see their reviews and game shelves to make Grouvee even more useful!

From Grouvee

 

Heya there everyone, if you know anything about me it might be that I love tracking websites and I try almost everyone I discover. There’s just something that compels me to see my shelves growing, be it in GoodReads, MyAnimeList, or anywhere else.

For games I’ve done stints with Backloggery, with Gamefaqs, with HowLongToBeat, but I’ve decided that I’m going to stick by Grouvee because they allow me to change username. Also their slogan of “It’s like GoodReads but for games” is up my alley since I love GR! 😀

I’m really unsatisfied and get bored easily, so I tend to change usernames after a few years, and now I’m bored of using “hijackedcat” so I’m changing it and none of the other ones allowed me to change them. On here I’ll keep my Cat Nessa nick, but everywhere else I’m adopting more my current online name which is based on my real name.

Another thing is that it has a database ready, so I don’t have to manually add each game, and they all have covers, so it’s pleasant to look at!

Either way, this is just to say that if you use Grouvee, or have interest in a tracking website for games, then this one is a good one. They’re constantly adding games to their database when people ask them, and you can also add games yourself which is real neat!

Feel free to add me as a friend on GRouvee just click this link.

 

Do you use a tracking website for games or for other things? If yes, which one? I’m curious, so tell me all!

 

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